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New Roadtrek, Hymer, Carado models debut in Hershey

New Roadtrek, Hymer, Carado models debut in Hershey

KITCHENER, Ontario — Erwin Hymer Group North America (EHGNA) showcases new models at the Pennsylvania RV Show Sept. 12 to 17 at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

EHGNA will have two booths at Hershey this year, one dedicated to the Roadtrek brand and the other introducing the all new Carado brand alongside Hymer.

Roadtrek, located in booth A13 will have 10 models on display at this year’s show. The Hymer and Carado booth located in F11 will have five models. Also in the Hymer spot will be two new Carado models, the Axion and the Banff.

The Axion offers a short chassis of 17 feet, 9 inches, creating an easy-to-drive experience for one or two people. All the amenities such as a fully equipped kitchen with two-burner propane stove, refrigerator, microwave, sink, expandable countertop and pantry are included.

Easy access through the back to the washroom is an additional bonus with the compact floorplan.

“It’s an exciting time for us with our growth and introducing our new brand — Carado. we are looking forward to showcasing everything at the Hershey show which has always been a great venue for us,” said Jim Hammill, president and CEO of Erwin Hymer Group North America. “We really offer such a wide range of products that anyone could get into one of our new models.”

The EHGNA product lineup offers a variety of sizes and price points, it’s easy for a full family, a couple or single traveler to get into a brand-new motorhome or trailer and start their leisure experience, he added.

SOURCE: Erwin Hymer Group North America press release

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